During the summer of 2020 we are searched for Rushmoor's most talented residents!
Singers, magicians, martial artists, yo-yo-ers, dancers, musicians, acrobats, trampoliners, artists, comedians, actors, film makers, impersonators, cheerleaders, hula hoopers, BMX tricksters and even a keepy-uppy experts were invited to show us their talents.
Auditions were open to everyone who live within a radius of Aldershot or Farnborough, and acts were judged on presentation, content, originality and talent.
First Place = Seb
Second Place = Tizane
Third Place = Hattie
Juding Panel: Cllr Ken Muschamp - Deputy Leader of Rushmoor Borough Council, Robert Hopkins - Pantomime Producer & Director, Rachel Lea-Gray - Actor and Youth Theatre Leader, Justine Loveday - Dance Club Leader
Top Tips for filming:
You can film yourself using a camera or camera apps on a range of devices: mobile phones, tablets, or even on a laptop
Make sure your video is in landscape, rather than portrait. e.g. If you're using your phone to film, then position it sideways, so that the long edge is at the top and bottom
Try to place the camera / device far enough away from you that we see your arms, head and feet in the shot (image) throughout. Ideally position yourself in the centre of the shot as though you were centre stage
Use a tripod or place your camera / device on a table, shelf or windowsill, as this will help to avoid shaky footage
When choosing a place to make your video, a plain background is better and avoid having a window or the sun directly behind. Before you start, do a final check that...
you are happy for people to see everything in the background
you don't have pictures, posters or images that might be copyrighted in shot (image)
you don't accidentally have anything that appears to be sticking out of your head
other people who don't want to be seen in the video are included